Asian Supply Chain Disruption And Its Consequences - A Chat With Uwe Haizmann


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Disruption in Asia, particularly the China with the government's Zero Covid policy is playing havoc with global markets and supply chains.
To learn more about this I invited Uwe Haizmann, a partner at EAC Consulting based in Shanghai to come on the podcast to discuss the issues.
We had a fascinating conversation talking about how over two months of lockdown is affecting Chinese manufacturing, the knock-on effects of that for the rest of us, and how the world is responding.
I learned loads, I hope you do too...

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